Valencia is a surprising city due to the great variety of options that it offers both as a tourist destination as a business and event destination.
It is famous for creating the best known Valencian paella, perhaps the most popular Spanish dish internationally.
We could consider the Valencian climate as the most exceptional of the entire peninsula, with a total of 300 sunny days per year. Factor that undoubtedly attracts a large flow of visitors.
It is a city with an architecture of contrasts, with innovative buildings such as the Museum of Arts and Sciences that contrast with others with years of history behind as the traditional Central Market or La Lonja de la seda.
Valencia has an admirable environmental offer due to its proximity to the natural landscape of the Albufera, a green lung on the outskirts of the city, in the Turia riverbed, which crosses the center of Valencia from end to end.